The aerospace sector covers all aspects of sub-orbital and space flight, dealing with state-of-the art aviation and aeronautical vehicles that must be protected at all costs.
The complex nature of airports means that architects have to account for a variety of critical operating factors to create a site that can safely manage thousands of people every day while simultaneously maintaining a pleasant, hygienic and well-organised environment.
The thought of most car workshops and garages conjures up an image of a dirty, grimy and greasy space, cluttered with mechanical detritus and posing a variety of health and safety hazards.
A multi-storey car park is often the first part of a building that a person will see, which means that they will be forming an impression of the location before they even step inside the building.
Plants that work with aggressive chemicals and solvents need to be protected against the structural and environmental damage they can cause with specialist flooring systems tailored to withstand the harsh substances on-site.
Architecture, clever use of space, décor and indoor air quality plays a vital role in shaping a stimulating learning environment.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can pose a serious threat to sensitive electronic equipment - damaging circuitry, disabling components and generally posing a threat to a device’s working life. In facilities where flammable materials are present, static can even present a dangerous ignition risk!
Food manufacturing environments are exposed to a wide variety of corrosive by-products and contaminants that include fats, hot oils, blood, sugar solutions and natural food acids. These contaminants can deteriorate insufficiently robust surfaces in a clean zone, resulting in uncontrolled bacterial growth and adding the risk of contamination incidents to the site.
Flowcrete Asia supplies a range of specialty chemical products from Euclid Chemical to the construction and engineering market across Asia Pacific.
The healthcare sector works around-the-clock in order to stay one step ahead of the numerous harmful viruses and diseases by implementing rigorous cleanliness standards, global R&D programmes and the production of specialist medicines.
Resin flooring materials are an exceptionally versatile flooring solution that allows designers to create bold impressions for their clients. They can be applied in bespoke designs, have a virtually unlimited colour palette while having the ability to contain sparkling, decorative aggregates that are incorporated into the finish.
The floor in manufacturing and warehousing facilities are often subject to a long list of punishing challenges on a daily basis including physical impacts, point loading from heavy equipment & pallets, forklift truck traffic and corrosive industrial chemicals to name just a few. Despite all this abuse, it is imperative that the floor maintains a level, seamless, impervious, slip-resistant, colourful and functional surface.
Corporate offices are high-flying environments - the hub of commercial operations, a meeting place for clients as well as a home for employees during working hours - so make sure that your office makes the right impression underfoot.
A fashionable floor can go a long way toward giving a retail outlet the competitive edge, as it can form a lasting impression on the consumer - even encouraging them to purchase.
Stadia and arenas are some of the most prestigious landmarks on earth – vast, iconic buildings constructed using the latest architectural technologies in order to showcase the pinnacle of music, sports and entertainment.
The significant investment into the region's various transport network projects requires building materials tailored to the unique demands of the sector. Flowcrete has developed a variety of high quality, resin-based flooring solutions designed to provide vibrant, non-slip and tactile routes from the turnstile right through to the platform edge.
A critical consideration in the design and construction of pharmaceutical facilities is the flooring used to protect the different operational areas. Pharmaceutical brands require floor and wall systems that meet the strict hygiene and safety standards of various regulatory institutions such as Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).